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December 13, 2011  12:47 PM

Intel Sandy Bridge-E



Posted by: Nathan Simon
core i5, core i7, Core i7-3960x, CPUs, Intel, Sandy Bridge, Sandy Bridge-E

So you have the Core i7-2700k 3.4Ghz, and you thought you were the best, well one year later and meet the big brother to the Core i7, the Core i7-3960x at 3.3Ghz. Basically the 3960x is the 2700k on steroids, while clocked slower by 100Mhz(its Turbo Clock is 3.9Ghz, it has 2 extra cores (6 Cores)...

November 14, 2011  11:05 PM

Intel’s new Sandy Bridge-E



Posted by: Nathan Simon
8-core, ASUS GTX-570, ASUS P8P67, Core i5-2500k, Intel, OCZ Vertex2, Overclocking, Sandy Bridge-E, sandybridge, Socket 1155

Now that the Intel Sandybridge has been out for a while and proven itself, Intel wants to up their game.

Intel has just released its new Sandy Bridge-E platform. With six- and eight-core processors, eight DIMM...


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